Louis L. Touton, Steven J. Corr and Nickou Oskoui
Strategies to Defend Against Patent Claims by Raising Lack of Patentable Subject Matter in District Court Litigation
With the Supreme Court's decision in Alice, parties defending against a claim of patent infringement gained a potential way to find an early resolution to patent litigation.
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The Lessons of History
In the context of a copyright case, a defendant's prior bad acts and prior conduct are more useful to a plaintiff than is typical in civil litigation.
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Fed. Cir. Vacates Lack of Written Description Ruling In Interference
Federal Circuit Vacates Unclear Application of “Causal Nexus” Requirement to Prove Irreparable Harm